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29 November 2022
28 November 2022
Records tumbled and history was written during 15 days of British sporting glory in Rio de Janeiro
21 August 2016
More history made by Great Britain on the penultimate day of Rio 2016.
No host nation had ever topped their medal tally in the following away Games, until Team GB eclipsed London 2012 in Rio
History was written by the GB women's hockey team and Nick Skelton added a shock gold to the medal table.
20 August 2016
The Brownlee brothers and Jade Jones show their dominance by winning repeat gold medals on day 13
19 August 2016
An all-time best result from Great Britian's women's hockey team means they will push back for gold
18 August 2016
The best ever overseas medal haul eclipses the 47 medals won at Beijing 2008 with many more athletes still to compete.
17 August 2016
Great Britain eclipse their best ever away Games in Rio as Jason Kenny wins a phenomenal sixth Olympic gold